Please join Dean Phil Harper at the ninth annual GSAS Threesis Academic Challenge.
The Threesis Academic Challenge is an academic competition through which GSAS master's students summarize the importance of their thesis, capstone, or final graduate project (e.g. creative work, science experiment, or research paper) in three minutes or less before a panel of judges, in language that is intelligible to a non-expert. Students compete for a variety of prizes while learning to organize ideas and speak about them persuasively in a fun, academic atmosphere.
Prizes totaling $3,000 will be awarded. By attending the event, you will have a chance to vote for the 2019 GSAS Threesis Audience Choice Winner.
Wine and cheese reception to follow the program.
Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Murali for their philanthropic support of the Threesis awards. Additional thanks to the Subject Librarians of Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, participating GSAS departments in the Threesis Incentive program, and the Wasserman Center for Career Development, whose continued support makes this event impossible.